Thank you for checking out the volunteer opportunities at Safe Passage, Inc. Volunteers are the heart and soul of this agency. We are forever grateful for the countless hours of dedication and compassion volunteers have graciously given us over the years. Our organization simply would not be where it is today without this community’s help.

We always have opportunities for individuals and groups who want to make a difference in our community. The opportunities are limitless, ranging from advocating for our victims in a local hospital to bringing awareness to our causes in the community. There is an opportunity for everyone with every skill set from every sector in the community to help Safe Passage support victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

If you’d like to be a volunteer, please check out our volunteer opportunities at http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org67457.jsp

If you find an opportunity that interests you, please complete the Volunteer/Intern Application and Interests/Skills Sheet. This may be downloaded and saved. Upon completion, you may attach it to an email and send it to our Volunteer Coordinator, Myesha Belcher, at mbelcher@safepassagesc.org or mail it to:  P.O. Box 11458, Rock Hill, SC 29731. Interested volunteers will be contacted within two weeks of application submission.

* Please note - Volunteer applications, trainings, background checks and references are required for all volunteers interested in direct client service roles.
** New volunteers are required to complete a minimum of 15 hours of volunteer training before volunteering directly with clients.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Internship
    Gain professional skills and job training to help prepare you for a career in marketing, business, communication, education, early childhood, nursing, exercise science, political science, management, counseling, social work, law, etc. There’s room for everyone to learn and grow. We are willing to work with students and professionals to find the best fit for their educational goals and career interests.
  • domestic-abuse-advocacy-2Holiday Board
    Develop, host and coordinate fun activities for clients during all holidays and seasons.
  • Childcare
    Supervise and engage with children while their parent is in a support group/session, at an appointment or working.
  • Tutoring
    Help children after school with homework, reading and extracurricular activities.
  • Speakers Bureau
    Go out into the community to churches, schools, local universities, groups and events to educate individuals on services provided by Safe Passage and information on domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
  • MOVE Mentor
    We will pair mentors one-on-one with clients to meet regularly and support them with overcoming a variety of hardships such as financial issues, educational goals, job search, housing, etc.
  • Life skills classes and fun activities
    Bring your knowledge and passions to others by hosting educational, fun, creative and interesting classes for adults and children.
  • Crisis Call Reception
    Answer crisis calls and help guide callers with community resources.
  • Administrative
    Answer phones, file paperwork, organize offices and equipment.
  • Men Across
    Join a men’s awareness group to help change the culture of violence against women.
  • Advocacy
    Stand up for those being victimized by volunteering to advocate for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse. Depending on your interests, there are many available ways to be an advocate such as sexual assault on call advocates, legal advocates and domestic violence victim/survivor advocates.
  • New volunteer opportunities constantly arise and we are always interested in unique ideas and group commitments. Please notify  our Volunteer Coordinator if you or someone you know are interested in any mentioned opportunities or have ideas of your own!
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